PS4 architect Mark Cerny decided that simpler was better for the console’s design.
Add Intel Capital to the growing list of companies eager to work with Bluestacks.
AMD is teaming up with ARM to deliver 64-bit server chips.
Intel shows off the latest tablets with Intel microprocessors in them in advance of the Windows 8 launch
RackSpace, HP, Canonical, and other OpenStack members are combining forces to build what they say will be the first-ever ARM processor-based cloud. The goal is to build an extremely efficient, powerful, but inexpensive cloud with low power consumption.
Oracle filed court documents late last week contending that Hewlett-Packard and Intel have secretly been keeping the unpopular Itanium server chip alive, even though no one wants to buy it.
Clarifying some confusion from earlier this week, Microsoft has made it clear that Windows 8 tablets and notebooks running ARM processors won’t be able to run apps from the x86 (running Intel and AMD CPUs) version of the OS.
In a move that threatens Intel’s lock on vast swaths of the computing market, the Chinese-made Loongson chip will take a giant step from netbooks to supercomputers later this year.
Intel has agreed to pay $1.5 billion to graphics chip maker Nvidia in a new six-year patent license agreement. The deal represents a huge sea change in the future of the chip industry.